Lily Bay State Park

4.830 Votes
  • Address: 425 Lily Bay Rd, Beaver Cove, ME 04441, USA, United States
  • Phone: +1-2076952700
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Outdoors, Park, Family And Kids

The Lily Bay State Park occupies an area of 924 acres. It is located on the southeast shore of Moosehead Lake which is the largest lake in New England. You can enjoy activities like boating, camping, fishing, snowmobiling and swimming in the park. There is a two-mile in the trail which is perfect for snowshoeing, hiking and cross-country skiing.

  • Lily Bay State Park Address: 425 Lily Bay Rd, Beaver Cove, ME 04441, USA, United States
  • Lily Bay State Park Contact Number: +1-2076952700
  • Time required to visit Lily Bay State Park: 02:00 Hrs
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Lily Bay State Park Reviews & Ratings

  • Beautiful park. Clean and sites looked to be large and well taken care of. Beach area is beautiful and clean. The lady at the check in asked us for $ 6.00 a piece (3 adults)1 to just drive through the park. I felt was steep and truly not necessary. She did let us in the park without paying. I feel that if I wanted to look for a campsite to stay or to just see the state park I shouldn't be charge. Good way to lose a paying future customer. Thanks for such a beautiful state park and allowing us to enjoy it.

  • What a great place. The sites and restrooms were clean and well maintained. The staff made great suggestions for short trips in the area. We had a site with its own little path to the water and we loved it, will definitely be back.

  • We take our 92 yr old Mom who loves it. This will probably be our last time up north with her so special memories for us ❤️💕

  • The deer are wonderful and friendly. Showers are really hot and free. Hand soap in the bathrooms and a few outdoor sinks for your dishes. Great boat launch and playground. Very private camp sites heavily wooded with water spickets and porta potties located close enough between every few sights. Exceptionally clean camp grounds. We love winter camping when its 1st come 1st serve. Just drive around and pick any sight you want. Even though they no longer take reservations for Fall and super early Spring, they will still leave a few hot showers and bathrooms open (but not all of them) we go in October and May and the showers are never a waiting game.. Generally only 5 or 8 sights are even occupied at those times. Keep an eye out for raccoons though, they crawled right into my pan on the picnic table while I was sitting at the campfire.. Silly racoons. Deer will come join you for lunch at tour camp sight.. And the Moose are always in the road at night, so be cautious while driving the main road..

  • Quite park with a small walking trail. Camping areas have great views of the lake. Very remote area but close to town.

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